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18) Several studies report that the peripheral modulation is mediated by wide-field amacrine cells (ACs).
1973) Receptive field organization of bipolar and amacrine cells in the goldfish retina.
Dual expression of GABA or serotonin and dopamine in Xenopus amacrine cells is transient and may be regulated by laminar cues.
This was puzzling, because in chicks amacrine cells are the primary retinal cells that are regenerated after injury," Reh said.
Differential properties of two gap junctional pathways made by All amacrine cells.
Dopamine is produced by a subset of amacrine cells in the retina and generally functions as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.
Instead of the the eye's bipolar, horizontal and amacrine cells, which process the information gathered by the rods and cones, the electronic retina has "signal transfer gates, memories, logic gates and driver circuits,' each on its own silicon layer.
The most consistent and widely reported aspect of the ERG that changes early in DR using animal models and patients is the oscillatory potential implicit time which reflects electrophysiological communication between the amacrine cells and the bipolar cells with interactions from ganglion cells to amacrine cells.